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Behind Enemy Lines by rOEN911 Behind Enemy Lines by rOEN911
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:iconcalleahan:
This reminds me to: Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30
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:iconresistancebrick:
thats called a grash chopper right?
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:iconstutzfr:
déjà c'est grasshopper et non c'est des planneurs
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My uncle Elmer on my mother's side of the family was a mortar man in the 17th Airborne Division (yes there was a 17th Airborne) Since mortars were considered heavy weapons and couldn't be dropped by parachute they had to come in on gliders. He only made one combat drop and that was in the airborne crossing of the Rhine.
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Considering what these gliders were made of... They were lucky to make it off the ground. Much less put troops on the ground in bad weather poor viability and heavy ground fire.

The Skyline and haze in the background are very nice, makes me want to go grab a coat and a mug of hot cocoa
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rOEN911 Nov 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
glad you like it :)
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Nics-MP Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aww crap, nice :D I heard of these things so before and they were nicknamed as the "Flying Coffin". Because you know since it was light, it had no engine, limited flight time and speed and had thin Armour, so it resulted to casualties and injuries just by landing. So yeah it kinda deserved that name alright. XD
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itifonhom Nov 17, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Really well done mate, like it much!!
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rOEN911 Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
einai palio re den to exeis xanadei?
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itifonhom Nov 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Oxi, kapou mou 3efuge..... :-)
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